Acer has just released another two more Windows Mobile smartphones – the DX900 and the X960. The former is powered by Windows Mobile 6.1, and it comes with a dual SIM card slot for those who prefer to separate their lives into two compartments. You won’t find the DX900 short in terms of specifications though as it offers triband HSDPA/quadband EDGE, a 2.8″ VGA display, Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3-megapixel AF camera and GPS navigation. As for the X960, you get HSUPA connectivity with a maximum downlink speed of 7.2Mbps, a revised 3D user interface and a 3.2-megapixel camera. Both models will arrive in Europe and Asia, and chances are they’ll be on the upper mid-range scheme of things in terms of pricing.
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